25 Aug No Comments Sue FL1 Problems, FL2 Problems

Are you getting a judder on your Freelander brakes?

Check the following:
1. Wheel suspension
2. Axle adjustment
3. Wheel bearings
4. Rubber bushings and silent blocks
5. Steering components
6. Brake calipers
7. Lateral run-out of wheel hub and brake disc

Special attention should be paid not just to the wear, but also to the ease of movement of the brakes on the rear axle. This is because the rear axle brakes are more exposed to splash water and, consequently, to more aggressive substances and dirt than front axle brakes. If you get a squealing when cornering or braking gently this can be an early sign of tight brake pads.

Brake Judder

 

If you are having problems with your Freelander

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sue@freelanderspecialist.com

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